28. Peripheral Seal. This seal is around the edge of the
39. Installation and Removal Tools. The proper
pin insulator and designed so that when mating the
installation and removal tools must be used to assemble
connector, tension is put on the seal and greatly reduces
or disassemble connector. The connector when ordered
as a unit package will include one MIL-I-81969/14 tool.
29. Interfacial Seal. This seal is achieved by insulator
40. CONTACT APPLICATION. Contacts used are
faces meeting when the plug and receptacle are mated.
manufactured in accordance with AS39029, The contact
part number breakdown is illustrated (Figure 6). The
30. Wire Seal. This seal is accomplished by a multiple
Basic Identification Number (BIN) or last three digits
ripple design exceeding wire sealing requirements of
of the contact part number, matches the standard
resistor color code (Figure 7).
31. Insert Retention. Insert retention is accomplished
41. POWER CONTACTS. Power contacts are used to
by a hard plastic wafer firmly locked into a groove in
connect single conductor wire through connectors.
the shell and includes a strong adhesive bond between
The power contacts range from size 10 through 22M
insert and shell.
and are of crimp, rear release design. Contacts are
listed by size. Match the required size to connector
32. Keying. Keying is used in shell-enclosed connectors
pin contact part numbers are listed along with
when mating a connector.
corresponding color bands (Table 3).
33. INSERT ARRANGEMENT. The insert arrangement
42. THERMOCOUPLE CONTACTS. Temperature
is the number and size of contacts available by shell
sensing systems utilize two dissimilar metal conductors
size (Table 2). Series II insert arrangements are specified
with matched lengths. When joined at the point
temperature will be sensed, a voltage difference
develops. This voltage is directly proportional to
34. I N S E R T C O N F I G U R A T I O N . T h e i n s e r t
temperature change. Thermocouple contacts listed
configuration is the manner in which contacts are
(Table 4) are either nickel-aluminum/silicon (formerly
placed within an insert in a standard configuration. All
alumel), nickel-chromium (formerly chromel), iron,
arrangements identified in Table 2 are illustrated
copper, or copper-nickel alloy (formerly constantan).
Match the required size to connector application, wire
35. CONTACTS. Contacts are designed to prevent
numbers are listed along with corresponding color
damage to the contact retention device or sealing
member during insertion or removal of contacts.
43. TOOLING. The procedure for attaching power and
36. Fixed Contacts. Contacts in hermetically sealed or
thermocouple contacts to a single conductor wire are
the same for this connector series. Select proper tooling
and solder-able, or feed through.
for specific contact part number (Table 5) and refer to
NAVAIR 01-1A-505-1, WP 013 00 for correct assembly
37. Crimp Removable Contacts. Crimp removable
and crimp procedures.
contacts may be used with all environment resisting
classes of connectors.
44. BACKSHELL REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION.
For backshell removal and installation refer to
38. Contact Availability. Crimp contacts are supplied
WP 006 04.
with each connector unit package and consist of a full
complement plus one spare per size for connectors of
26 contacts or less. Connectors with more than 26
contacts will have two spares of each size used. Contacts
may also be ordered in individual quantities when